As we reach a milestone with episode 50, we start with the news that several news sites have been getting stuff wrong around Ubuntu Phone and it's release date. After that was the story that the iPhone 5 slipped to 5th place in a user satisfaction survey, with Android taking the top 4 places. The Aussies are calling Microsoft, Apple and Adobe to explain why the prices are much more expensive than the US. We end the first part with some more of the old, Microsoft FUD, first over demand for their tablets, then over the Munich switch to Linux.
The second part starts with the news that the BBC are trialing some shows online before they're broadcast on TV. After that was the first of a series of tinfoil hat stories, with Canadian companies wanting to be allowed to install spyware on your PC. Following this is a firm who make software to track folks through social media sites. Next up was the story that the DHS feel they have the right to search your stuff without any warrant, suspicion or due process. We end this episode with a reporter called Terry Buhl and her fantasy interpretation of copyright law.